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TrueVisions adds more HD channels to cheaper packages
« on: September 01, 2014, 08:41:59 PM »
TO COPE with intense competition in the pay-TV market after the merger of CTH and GMM Pay TV in June, TrueVisions - the industry's largest player - has added more high-definition (HD) channels to its mid-to-low-tier packages.

The move is expected to attract 300,000 new subscribers in the remaining months of this year, of whom 80 per cent will come from the satellite-TV base and the rest from cable TV.

Manat Manavutiveth, head of commercial and business development for broadband service at True Online and TrueVisions, said Monday that by the end of last year, TrueVisions' premium customers could already watch 66 HD channels on top of standard-definition channels.

Now, for non-premium customers, the True Knowledge package will have 14 HD channels, Super Knowledge 27 HD channels, Super Sport 22 HD channels and Super Family 40 HD channels.

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